Definition of flower arranging in English:

flower arranging

noun

mass noun
  • The craft or activity of creating decorative displays with cut flowers.

    ‘she runs courses in flower arranging’
    as modifier ‘contestants must also show culinary and flower-arranging skills’
    • ‘I had never thought much about flower arranging and how they got the bouquets to look so lush and colorful—I guess I vaguely reasoned that they used a lot of flowers.’
    • ‘I am taking a flower arranging course, something I always wanted to do.’
    • ‘Take a visit down to local library and pick up a good book on flower arranging which will give tips and guidance.’
    • ‘The hint comes in the latest of her lifestyle columns, in which she extols the virtues of flower arranging.’
    • ‘At the garden club, for example, she spoke about design principles, which apply as much to art as they do to gardening and flower arranging.’
    • ‘In bloom: Pippa has offered tips on flower arranging in a new column, revealing she heads to the market to pick out her favourite flowers’
    • ‘Of course, I have to brush up on my centerpiece skills with our flower-arranging basics.’
    • ‘Lavender's spiky form is always useful in summer flower arranging.’
    • ‘A national demonstrator gave a fantastic flower arranging demonstration making about 12 amazing displays.’
    • ‘Why shouldn't flower arranging be displayed and discussed in a design museum?’